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The Federal Investigation of 9/11 Ignored Recorded, Eyewitness Accounts of Firefighters Who Heard Explosions Just Before the Towers Collapsed

Courtesy of Pam Martens

Original World Trade Center Complex, March 2001

Original World Trade Center Complex, March 2001

On September 11, 2001 we were living in the quaint town of Garden City, Long Island, New York. The town was a 46-minute ride to Manhattan on the Long Island Rail Road. That easy proximity to the Big Apple meant that many folks in the town worked for financial firms, including those located in the World Trade Center Towers. It also meant that Garden City was among the suburban towns that suffered significant loss of life on 9/11: 23 of our residents never came home on the Long Island Rail Road that day – or any day thereafter.

Almost every person in Garden City knew someone who had died: a son, a wife, a husband, a parent, a neighbor, a colleague, or a fellow church member. Our heretofore cheerful town that clipped happy faces in the shrubs in the village square was gripped with sorrow. How do you explain to a child that their daddy won’t be coming home anymore because unspeakable evil and violence had occurred on U.S. soil just a short train-ride from their home.

Of the 23 from Garden City who had perished on that day, 11 worked for the trading house, Cantor Fitzgerald. Of those 11, there were 4 young men in their twenties. Cantor Fitzgerald’s headquarters were located on the 101st to 105th floors of One World Trade Center, the North Tower. That was the first Tower to be hit on 9/11, at 8:46 a.m. The ensuing raging fire, smoke and debris blocked off the staircase as an exit route to the floors above. Everyone who reported to work that day at Cantor Fitzgerald perished, 658 people, or two-thirds of its New York workforce at the time. The Cantor Fitzgerald losses represented 22 percent of the 2,996 people who died on 9/11.

After a time, Americans’ grief turned to anger and a demand for clear answers.

Today, when it comes to climate change or the pandemic, government officials tell us to follow the science. But when it came to 9/11, government officials have effectively been telling Americans for two decades to ignore the scientists. We’re talking about the 3,486 architects and engineers who have signed their names to a petition to re-open the 9/11 investigation, because they feel strongly that:

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